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Gardner-Webb, The Magazine, previously titled The Webb Magazine, focuses on alumni news and campus events from Gardner-Webb College; now Gardner-Webb University. This issue includes an article about the progress Gardner-Webb made with their Higher Ground Campaign as well as several articles detailing honors and achievements within athletic programs. There are also numerous articles highlighting various noteworthy career paths of alumni and past faculty members including Neal Alexander and Sharon Decker being named to serve in North Carolina cabinet posts.
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Gardner-Webb Reaches Higher Ground, 20 Years of Advanced Christian Education, All In, Caught in the Crossfire, Built on Hope, The Web Magazine, Gardner-Webb College, Gardner-Webb University, Gardner-Webb Magazine, Boiling Springs, NC, Alumni News, Walter Dalton, Sharon Allred Decker, Neal Alexander, commencement, Savanna Yount, The Clinical Advisor, Higher Ground Campaign, School of Divinity, Rusty Stroupe, Carrol McCray, football, Chandler Durham, Big South, basketball, Chris Holtmann, Gary Vaillancourt, Jamie Johnson, M. Lamont Littlejohn, Matthew Tessnear, Donna Seay
Manning, Noel T. II, "Gardner-Webb, The Magazine 2013, Spring (Volume 48 No. 1)" (2013). Gardner-Webb, The Magazine. 10.